I completed work on Little Red Robot Hunter in early 2015. It was an extensive (though incredibly enjoyable) experience in which I carried the solo project all the way from conception to completion.
The above process reel shows a small part of the development and production process, and the work that went into character design, timing, animation, cleanups, backgrounds and effects.
Check out the full Little Red Robot Hunter short film on Youtube!
Recently I was commissioned by Community Training Australia to create an animated video showcasing their Diploma of Alcohol, Other Drugs and Mental Health. Deciding the sleek look of motion graphics animation would work best for the project, I created the entire project in After Effects with a continuous camera, creating a fast-paced but cohesive outcome.
A logo design I put together to give my After Effects muscles a quick work out. The only limitations I put on myself were to design a generic company logo with a ‘golden’ theme, a particle system, and an active camera. Result? “Stay gold, Company XYZ!”
The process of designing, modelling and texturing a 3D Hovercar and compositing it into live-action footage of a carpark using motion tracking.
3D Studio Max (modelling and animating)
Quixel dDo and Adobe Photoshop (texturing)
After Effects (motion tracking and compositing)